07.15.2009 01:45 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
TSL to introduce PAM2-3G16 audio monitor

At IBC2009, TSL will introduce the PAM2-3G16, the latest addition to its Precision Audio Monitor (PAM) family of multistandard, multiformat audio monitors.

PAM2-3G16 simplifies monitoring of Dolby E/D or discreet multichannel audio using preset menus and shortcut keys to access critical elements of complex broadcast audio systems. The PAM2-3G16 offers user-selectable scales, ballistics and a wide range of standard I/O signals as well as the ability to dissect and monitor any multichannel audio signal structure intelligently from mixed mono, stereo and 5.1.

The PAM2-3G16’s 2RU package and large OLED displays are a natural evolution of features and operability. PAM2-3G16 has 10 buttons that can be used to access menus and recall/manage user presets. Sixteen bar graphs are simultaneously displayed, enabling users to view four groups of embedded audio or eight AES pairs.

See TSL at IBC2009 Stand 10.B41.

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